The mat sounds like something I’d really like to try. I’ve suffered with depression in the past and am always keen to ensure that everything I try for my arthritis, won’t exacerbate my depression. Does anyone know if the mat would be ok for me?
Using pulsating electromagnetic field therapy is safe for pretty much anyone. It creates a natural bubble of energy around us and in your body. It also helps protect you from and eliminate the damage caused by harmful high frequency ‘electro smog’ that surround us from our mobile phones, computes, TVs etc. People that should avoid using a mat are those suffering from epilepsy, have an electrical implant fitted, immediately after an organ transplant and during pregnancy. If you have any artificial material in your body such a metal joint replacement, then the mat is perfectly safe to use.
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